Qatar should discover ‘A Game’ to prevent World Cup shame, states Sanchez

DOHA, Nov 24 — Qatar coach Felix Sanchez hopes his team can provide their “A Game” against Senegal as the host nation struggle to stay away from setting an undesirable Planet Cup record.

Defeat tomorrow would imply the earliest-ever exit for a host country — South Africa also went out at the team stage in 2010 — but ended up continue to alive heading into their 3rd match.

Reigning Asian champions Qatar became the 1st hosts to get rid of their opening video game following freezing in a dispiriting 2- defeat to Ecuador.

Sanchez backed his gamers to triumph over their phase fright towards African champions Senegal and display their high-quality.

“We hope that now we are totally free from all the pressure that we had in the opening match,” he mentioned at his pre-match push conference currently.

“I hope we can compete and deliver our ‘A Game’ and present that we can be additional aggressive than we were the other day.

“We are participating in a incredibly superior-stage group so we will need to establish ourselves, enjoy our sport and see what takes place.”

Defender Ismail Mohamad urged Qatar lovers not to produce them off right after only a single activity.

“The previous match is history now,” he reported. “I feel we are commencing a fresh website page with the group and making ready for the upcoming match.

“I do assume that the workforce is on the appropriate route. I consider that in the upcoming match we will be improved well prepared and we will give it our all.”

Mohamad stated Qatar had taken inspiration from shock wins for Saudi Arabia, who beat Argentina, and Japan, who defeat Germany.

“It goes without saying that people groups, particularly Saudi Arabia, are generating us a minor little bit jealous and motivating us to perform as properly as they have,” he said.

“We want to give it our all tomorrow.”

Sanchez explained the long-expression potential of Qatari football was vivid irrespective of how the workforce performs in the tournament.

“One of the points that Qatar has proved so far, which is not common in the entire world of football, is that there was a very long-expression system to put together,” he explained.

“I am certain that immediately after the Globe Cup Qatar will maintain functioning on that and soccer will retain improving.” — AFP